Although some cats may not tolerate kiwi well, it is not thought to be poisonous to cats. Kiwi contains a lot of fiber, which cats may find difficult to digest. It could result in stomach discomfort or digestive distress, such as diarrhea.
If you’re thinking about giving your cat kiwi, talk to your vet for specialized advice that takes into consideration your cat’s individual nutritional and health demands.
Kiwi should be peeled and chopped into bite-sized pieces if you desire to serve it. Just a taste or two should be given to your cat. As always, proceed with caution and keep an eye on your cat’s response whenever you introduce any new food. Kiwi should not be consumed if you experience any negative side effects or digestive problems. Instead, consult your veterinarian for advice.